We present the helminth species isolated from Bufo melanostictus Schneider collected from Rohilkhand, India alongwith their occurrence with respect to different weight groups (Group I: 25-50 gms, Group II: 51-100 gms, Group III: 75-100 gms). The nematode, Oxysomatium, Cestodes Oswaldocruzia and Proteocephalus and trematode were collected from the rectum and small intestine of the host. Oxysomatium (100%) was the most abundant species, followed by Proteocephalus (27.69%), Oswaldocruzia (15.38%) and trematode (0.76%) being the least prevalent species indicating that Oxysomatium was the most abundant species having the maximum density (28 par/host). In majority of the cases, the youngest hosts (25-50 gms) appeared to be most heavily infected. This contribution aims to document the helminth infracommunities in Bufo melanostictus with respect to the weight of the host.